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Eric's (cookie273uk) Paintings

oldbrit

OldBrit in Exile
Eric your talent is outstanding what a pleasure to see your work. How I wish I had kept at it when young.
 

pjmburns

master brummie
The paintings are beautiful but could I ask (as a relative newcomer to Birmingham) that the venues are identified. I can recognise some but not all.
Janice
 

cookie273uk

master brummie
Vivienne, am open to your suggestion. As for copper mine paintings they are all on 'my pics' file on my PC and I can (in stages) upload them from my PC , having said that most of the paintings (at least 90) are already on 'Original Art' thread but not under my name just individual titles. Eric
 
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cookie273uk

master brummie
Janice, I usually title my paintings to give location and possible dates, will be more explicit in future, if there is any paintings in particular you wish to know location let me know and I will gladly tell you. Eric
 

cookie273uk

master brummie
Janice, suddenly realised you may be referring just to this thread, so here goes :- post #2 Lad in the Lane, Erdington, Barton Arms Aston and The Swan somewhere in Essex, post #9 The Norton, Erdington, post #10 Lad in the Lane Erdington, post #11 Key Hill cemetery Hockley, post #13 The Vine Summer Lane Saint Phillips cathedral, Colmore Row and Gas Street basin canal and finally post #18 Hall of Memory Broad Street. I should add some of these subjects sadly no longer exist. Eric
 

cookie273uk

master brummie
oldbrit, it's never to late, up until recently I used to do 'workshops' with one or two amateur societies consisting mostly of retired people/pensioners who had never picked up a pencil/brush all their lives (but always meant to). I was in my forties before I took it up seriously. Eric
 
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